Cheap yet versatile produce is perfect for price conscious diners
Erick Akis explains “Basa is said to be inexpensive because it grows fast, it’s easily harvested and it’s processed in factories near the farm. Being able to get the fish to market without the expense of maintaining a fleet of fishing boats helps keep the price low. That low price plus the taste and versatility have made Basa a popular fish in Australia and Europe as well as North America.”
HHFISH will be showcasing fillet, cube and steak Basa variants alongside popular breaded and butterflied options. The company applies international quality management systems known as HACCP, ISO, BRC, IFS, HALAL, and GLOBAL GAP and is happy to discuss their rearing and farming methods in detail during their visit to Dubai.